Nutrition Coach

read “You are the Nutrition Coach” in the beginning of Chapter 8 in your text. Reflect on what you have read and reviewed before answering the following discussion point concerning Chad and hydration.
**Use/reference at least 2 primary sources

A place for sports drinks
What are the problems in this scenario (why are the athletes feeling so “drained” at the end of practice)?
You are the Nutritin Coach:
Chad is a collegiate lacrosse player in Arizona. During preseason and in-season training, the team will practice for hours, often in 80- to 90- degree weather. The coach incorporates fluid breaks during practice; however, he allows the athletes to consume only water. The coach believes that sports beverages hinder performance and therefore forbids the athletes to consume them. The athletes complain fatigued, lethargic, and light-headed by the end of practices.

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Nutrition Coach

read “You are the Nutrition Coach” in the beginning of Chapter 8 in your text. Reflect on what you have read and reviewed before answering the following discussion point concerning Chad and hydration.
**Use/reference at least 2 primary sources

A place for sports drinks
What are the problems in this scenario (why are the athletes feeling so “drained” at the end of practice)?
You are the Nutritin Coach:
Chad is a collegiate lacrosse player in Arizona. During preseason and in-season training, the team will practice for hours, often in 80- to 90- degree weather. The coach incorporates fluid breaks during practice; however, he allows the athletes to consume only water. The coach believes that sports beverages hinder performance and therefore forbids the athletes to consume them. The athletes complain fatigued, lethargic, and light-headed by the end of practices.

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